E4 8 portfolio

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The Portfolio contains 6 major assignments completed during a 2 month long course. It has been a great learning experience. As you may notice, four assignments did not play because they are in word format. I have added the four files separately.

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E4 8 portfolio

  1. 1. JING LI’S PORTFOLIOIntegrating technology into Classroom2012Instructor: Bob Carle
  2. 2. PROCEDURE WRITING LESSON PLAN This lesson is a revised version by integrating technology-the utilization of Promethean Board. Students are required to put the steps in order by moving the pictures on the board. Then they add the transitional words to connect the pictures. At last, students write down the procedures on the board. As a follow up activity, students work in groups to complete a hands-on activity to help them understand the concept of Procedure Writing further. I find that my students enjoyed the hands on activity such as moving around the pictures on the Promethean Board.
  3. 3. DOUBLE CLICK THE IMAGE AND VIEW THELESSON:
  4. 4. NEWS LETTERI CREATED THIS NEWSLETTER TO KEEP THESTUDENTS AND PARENTS INFORMED ON SCHOOLSUCH AS EQAO, UPCOMING EVENTS, ANDHEALTHY LIVING TIPS. MY STUDENTS LOVE IT! http://smilebox.com/playBlog/4d7a45304f44597a4e 6a593d0d0a&blogview=true
  5. 5. POETRY LESSON TEMPLATE I used M.S. word to create the template for Poetry Introduction on Imagery-Senses. Students may type in the answers by reading the poem provided. It can be a diagnostic assessment for me to understand what levels students are at. Then I will directly teach students the literacy devices used in poetry.
  6. 6. DOUBLE CLICK AND VIEW THE TEMPLATE
  7. 7. CYBER BULLYING LESSON PLAN One student once came to me and said, “Ms. Li, you know John Smith will post my picture on the facebook and I am afraid that he will make nasty comments on me.” It made me think that raising awareness on Cyber Bullying is critical in order to create a friendly and peaceful environment at school. That’s why I pick the lesson, which is beneficial for the students to learn that cyber bulling hurts.
  8. 8. WEBQUEST-2012 SUMMER OLYMPICS Our school has been selected as one of the Sports and Wellness schools in TDSB. I was thinking that this assignment will be a perfect opportunity for me to design a WebQuest on living a healthy life. Summer Olymipic Games is a good start point. Students can research the Canadian athletes, the main events, and create a poster on Olympic Spirits that we need in our daily life.
  9. 9. DOUBLECLICK TO VIEW THE LESSON:
  10. 10. POWERPOINT PRESENTATION-INFERENCE I have created this Power Point Presentation on Inference. I find that my students have difficulty understanding how to use the clues from the text and their own experience to infer the main message of the text. Also inference is one of the key concepts assessed during EQAO.
  11. 11. After reading the Chapter 6 of What is inference?
  12. 12. IS WHEN WE USE OUR OWNEXPERIENCE AND PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE TOFIGURE OUT MEANING.
  13. 13. My guess It’s Maybe is… because… I am Maybe… Perhaps guessing… It couldI predict… mean I infer… that…
  14. 14. AS STUDENTS FROM CLASS 6-4 GET TO KNOWRAHEEM, THEY CAN INFER A LOT ABOUT HIM. WEMAY OBSERVE HIS
  15. 15. WHAT CAN WE INFER FROM THE PICTURES?
  16. 16. EXAMPLES FROM THE BOOKSPECIAL EDWARD Text Clue Inference My own idea
  17. 17. BEFORE READING:THE COVER OF A BOOK, CLUES FROM PICTURES,PRE-READING QUESTIONS, PRIOR KNOWLEDGE FORGUESSING, AND CLUES FROM THE FIRST PAGE
  18. 18. DURING READING: TEXT, ILLUSTRATIONS, TEXTCLUES, EXPERIENCES/PRIOR KNOWLEDGE,COMPARISONS, CAUSE AND EFFECTS
  19. 19. AFTER READING: PRIOR KNOWLEDGE,EXPERIENCES, TEXT CLUES, COMPARISONS,CAUSES AND EFFECTS, AND CONNECTIONS TO THETEXT.
  20. 20. 1. TEXT-TO-TEXT INFERENCES (CONNECTS ONEPART OF A TEXT TO ANOTHER) (THERE CAN BETEXT-TO-OTHER-TEXT CONNECTIONS FROMAUTHORS)2. TEXT-TO-SELF/WORLD INFERENCES (CONNECTSTEXT TO A STUDENT’S OWN EXPERIENCES ANDKNOWLEDGE OF THE WORLD AROUND THEM.)
  21. 21. Inferences - Best Practices Strategies Cause and Effect Timeline Venn Diagram KWL Chart Sticky Symbols and Drawings Text Transformation Concept Definition Map
  22. 22. EXAMPLES FROM THE BOOK: SPECIAL EDWARDQUOTEINFERENCE“EVERYBODY LIKES ME”“A BIG CHUNK OF SCHOOL IS SOCIAL” EDWARDIS OUTGOING.“WHY IS ZACH STILL WRITING THE TEST?”EDWARD IS JEALOUS.
  23. 23. HTTP://YOUTU.BE/3UU30-0J-IW
  24. 24. LOOK THROUGH THE NOVEL AND FINDDESCRIBE . THEN MAKE AN ABOUT EACH QUOTE. TRY TO FIND ATLEAST QUOTES.
  25. 25. LOOK THROUGH THE NOVEL AND FINDDESCRIBE . THEN MAKE AN ABOUT EACH QUOTE. TRY TO FIND ATLEAST QUOTES.

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